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    • Gerald Ardito

      The Man Who Turned Paper into Pixels

      A short video introducing the work of Claude Shannon.

      Tags: cs4teachers, spring 2019, cshistory, Claude Shannon

      • Gerald Ardito

        PLATO Paper from 1961

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        • Gerald Ardito

          An Amoeba Just Found an Entirely New Way to Solve a Classic Computing Problem

          This is a really interesting article that talks about computing as a function of a living organism's behavior in terms of a slime mold's responses to its environment.

          Tags: cs4teachers, spring 2019, research

          • Gerald Ardito

            Computational What? Relating Computational Thinking to Teaching

            This is a really interesting paper that attempts to build a bridge from computational thinking to the work of practicing teachers and classrooms.

            Tags: cs4teachers, spring 2019, computationalthinking, ct

            • Gerald Ardito

              NetLogo

              NetLogo is a direct descendant of the LOGO programming language initially developed by Seymour Papert.

              Tags: cs4teachers, spring 2019, cshistory, LOGO, NetLogo

              • Gerald Ardito

                TCH 215 Spring 2019 Course Work

                You can think of this page (and its various links) as a road maps for our course. You might want to bookmark it for easy reference. Here is the course syllabus. Session 1 (2/1/2019) Session 2 (2/8/2019) Session 3 (2/15/2019) Session 4 (2/22/2019) Session 5 (3/1/2019) ...

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                • Gerald Ardito

                  Course Syllabus

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                  • Gerald Ardito

                    Understanding By Design Textbook

                    A pdf version of Understanding by Design (Tighe, J. & McWiggins, G., 2005)

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                    • Gerald Ardito

                      How People Learn II

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                      • Gerald Ardito

                        "Neuromyth" or Helpful Model?

                        This article discusses ongoing debate about whether or not the notion of "learning styles" is supported by research.

                        Tags: tch215, spring 2019, learning styles, research